Winter Wilderness Travel

The Boundary Water Canoe Area Wilderness (BWCAW) in the winter is a truly unique experience, whether traveling by dogsled, skijoring, skiing, or snowshoeing. Visitors who come to the wilderness during this time of the year have a very different kind of experience than those that visit during the summer season. You are less likely to run into other visitors and can experience a sense of solitude and self-reliance in a way that few other places allow. Winter wilderness travel requires a high degree of preparation, planning, skill, and self-reliance.

 

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Latitude: 47.988205 Longitude: -91.184087 Elevation: 1579 ft

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